Lung Cancer In Kentucky

The St. Elizabeth nationally recognized lung cancer screening program is reaching more people at risk, catching cancer earlier and opening the door to cutting edge treatments that lead to better survival rates.

“We started going and looking for cancer at an earlier stage and we found that if you catch lung cancer early in stage I or stage II you have up to greater than a 90% chance of curing that cancer.” – Dr. Michael Gieske

Contact your primary physician to discuss your lung cancer screening options or call our Lung Screening Nurse Navigators today.

(859) 301-4072

To determine if you are a candidate for a lung screening CT scan, schedule an appointment with your primary care physician to discuss your options and ask about our Retail Lung Cancer Screening program.

St. Elizabeth Healthcare has initiated a Lung Cancer Screening Program in an effort to catch early, non-symptomatic disease in patients who are considered high risk. The benefit of low-dose lung cancer CT screening is a reduction in lung cancer death for those who meet specific criteria. Testing is available at one of our eight ACR accredited convenient locations in Ft. Thomas, Edgewood, Covington, Florence, Owen County, Hebron, Dearborn, and Grant County.

Learn more about the St. Elizabeth Thoracic Surgery program.

St. Elizabeth Named Care Continuum Center of Excellence for Lung Cancer

go2-certification-seal_carecontinuum-hh-2St. Elizabeth Healthcare was recently named a Care Continuum Center of Excellence (CCCOE) by the GO2 Foundation for Lung Cancer. With this designation, St. Elizabeth becomes one of more than 30 community hospitals recognized by the GO2 Foundation for providing patient-focused, comprehensive multidisciplinary lung cancer care.

St. Elizabeth Healthcare – St. Elizabeth Named Care Continuum Center of Excellence for Lung Cancer (stelizabeth.com)

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